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Axel Akeer
Axel Akeer
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Finally, commit the staged file, with a message of "Add chapter 1". Rather than letting Git launch an editor, specify yo

I am not sure whats wrong with this: git commit -m"This commit will Add chapter1.txt" but I keep getting this error message : A good commit message can take the place of "X" in "This commit will X". We'd like you to use a commit message of "Add chapter 1", because that works in the form "This commit will Add chapter 1

The text in your commit message just needs to match the message they're asking you to enter. "Add chapter 1" should be the exact commit message rather than "This commit will Add chapter1.txt"